5 excursions you can’t miss in Mallorca


Do you know what is the best thing about autumn in Majorca? As well as the terraces at sunset, the mild climate and evening entertainment, in truth the island becomes the perfect setting for mountain routes in the Tramuntana Mountains. Whether you are a sports and nature fan or if you love discovering new challenges, at Sol Hotels we have prepared a list of the 5 essential trips to do in Majorca during your holidays so you can make a note of them!

 Galatzó Public Estate

A legend if ever there was one, this trip is surprising for its green paths and accessibility and is easy enough to be done with children.  Although there are different ways to make the route, the most well known is from Es Capdellà -a small town that is part of the municipality of Calviá- continuing along a well marked road, which takes about an hour until you reach a farm estate where you can find places to eat and spend the day. 


A trip of moderate difficulty that requires a certain amount of physical preparation, its 1,364m give you a changing landscape full of natural beauty. This typical route begins in the town of Lluc, in the municipality of Escorca, with a tough climb through Comafreda. The change of landscape from the beginning with a green wood, to the top, with a rugged, rocky terrain, is a journey through the island’s most characteristic natural landmarks. The trip takes about three hours to ascend and two to descend.

Castell d’Alaro

Another perfect routes to enjoy with the family, the ascent to the Castell d’Alaró is a trip that has an ascent of approximately 2 hours that runs along a wide, marked path and ends in a mountain refuge where you can eat and even spend the night. It’s perfect for something active to do as a family. Try the delicious cakes they make at the refuge!

Talaia de la Victoria

On this trip you can get to know one of Majorca’s gems. Located in a natural landscape that will captivate you, to get to this watchtower you will have to park your car in the (Hermitage) Ermita de le Victoria – which we also recommend you to visit for its fascinating history and architecture. On a one-hour long excursion along well-marked roads you will enjoy beautiful views in a setting that will bring you closer to the alternative face of the island.

Esporles – Valldemossa

This mountain route begins in the town of Esporles and ends in the picturesque village of Valldemossa and although it is not a difficult route, it is best to be fit, since it takes about 4 hours. Take advantage of your arrival in Valldemossa to try the delicious cocas de potata (cakes). You’ll be surprised at how good they are!

When you want a rest, stay at our Sol Resorts and enjoy a unique escape to Majorca. Come and relax with your family at Sol Katmandu Park with the very best offers.

Tips on how to keep cool this summer in Majorca

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At Sol Hotels we are absolutely certain that you shouldn’t wait any longer to visit the wonderful Island of Calm. And as you might guess, it’s gloriously hot in every part of this beautiful destination. Travelling to Majorca means lots of things. And in these months, more than anything, it means sun, heat, the beach and refreshing treats. It sounds good, doesn’t it? But the island is much more than just that, so this summer we want to make some recommendations to help you enjoy your holiday to the fullest in our Sol Resorts whilst protecting yourself from the long hours of sunshine and heat.

 Drink a lot of water

 Yes, it seems obvious, but we often forget that being hydrated is essential to combat the long hours of heat and so that our energy levels are not affected. If we don’t drink enough, we can feel tired and even dizzy. It is advisable to always carry a bottle of water and to drink regularly. 

Beaches? Yes please!

 It would be a madness to go to Majorca and not step foot on any of its heavenly beaches. In fact, immersing yourself in the crystal clear Mediterranean water is one of the best ways to combat high temperatures, so we absolutely recommend it. We especially advise you to visit the beaches of the coast of Calviá, Alcudia and Calas de Majorca. Remember that it is better not to be directly exposed to the sun in the middle of the day, so we recommend that you bring a sun umbrella.

 Shopping centres, what a great excuse!

 Without seeming too old-fashioned, sheltering from the heat in the fresh cooler air of the shopping centres can give you the chance to have a little stroll whilst you get some ideas about what souvenirs it would be nice to take home. For this quest, we recommend that you visit the capital and, specifically, Avenida de Jaume III, a wide street with luxury shops, and Calle de San Miguel.

 The Tramuntana towns and villages

 You will not exactly escape the heat, but you’ll be cooler thanks to the altitude. The villages of the Sierra de Tramuntana have a special magic that is well worth getting to know at any time of year and if it is during the summer, you’ll appreciate the added benefit of the temperature being a little bit lower. The most typical places are Esporles, Valldemossa, Sóller, Deia and Lluc.

Have an unforgettable family holiday and stay at our Sol Katmandu Park, our themed hotel in Calvia where the little ones will have a great time.

5 water sports to cool off this summer in Mallorca


Preparing for your trip to Mallorca? June is a month of changes on the island. It is the month of summer, drinks on the beach, sunsets in tank tops and those temperatures that make you want to get down to the beach and jump in the water. Maybe you have come to Mallorca with the intention of enjoying a few days of relaxation with your family, partner or friends, although, being honest, you will have so many activities to do that it will be very difficult for you to spend the whole day sunbathing. If you are one of those who likes the action and learning new things then here at Sol Hotels we offer you an exclusive list of all the water sports that you can practice during your stay on the island.


Although the waters of Mallorca are calm and peaceful, the truth is that it is one of the best destinations for surfing. Beaches such as Alcúdia or Son Serra de Marina are perfect places for surfers as well as camping enthusiasts who also come together to create a great atmosphere.

Kite Surf

The twin of surfing, and one of the most popular sports of the island that takes over the beaches of Can Pastilla, Palmanova, Es Trenc and Alcúdia every summer. Although it is a technique that requires a lot of practice, the truth is that those who practice it always describe it as one of the best sensations they have experienced.

Paddle Surf

The sport of the moment. One of the benefits of this sport is undoubtedly, the toning of the body as a result of the paddling action. Virtually all the beaches on Mallorca offer it and there are several companies with which you can take classes and explore specific routes.


Who would not like to discover the beautiful sea beds of the island? In Mallorca there are several diving locations and courses for you to immerse yourself in the picturesque Mallorcan landscape. The area of ​​Calvià, close to our Sol Resorts, is one of the most recommended locations to start this sport that is increasingly gathering more fans on our shores.


The perfect sport to sail the calm Mallorcan waters and sail from beach to beach. On many beaches, especially those close to the capital and the towns of the island, you can rent a single or double kayak for a whole day and explore the beautiful Mallorcan landscape.

Cool off this summer with the list of sporting suggestions and come and relax at our Sol Katmandu Park, perfect for family trips to Mallorca.

5 Majorcan theatre groups that will surprise you

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How would you like to enjoy an amusing play while having a drink? The theatre in Majorca has recently acquired a new edge. The styles have been bought up to date and it is not unusual to go in a bar where a play is being put on and not only that, but new theatre groups and new ways of teaching and interpreting have emerged as something completely new on the island. We at Sol Hotels want you to get the most out of your holiday in Majorca. This is why we’ve prepared an exclusive list of the best theatre groups in Palma so that this winter you can enjoy the cultural life of the island at its best.

. Sala Trampa. A quintessential world of improvisation, known throughout Majorca, the Trampa Theatre was the first improvisational theatre group to start up in Palma more than 8 years ago and its members have never ceased to surprise the public with their hilarious improvisations. They also offer courses of theatre and theatrical writing for young people and adults.

.     Sala Delirious. This is one of the most alternative theatres in Palma. It was set up 3 years ago to show different types of plays that are a mix between interactive theatre, comedy, improvisation and music. Physical theatre courses are also taught, an art form that consists of interpreting theatre through the movement of the body.

  •    Café a tres bandas. This very bohemian café, which is an offshoot of the Sala Trampa, is located near the centre of Palma. Bold, innovative ‘Artimanya’ theatre is performed and Slam competitions are organized – poetry recitals where the audience chooses who should win. Book presentations and lectures are also held there.
  •    Teatro de barra. This is an idea for theatre that is organised three times a year and is very well received by the public. A common theme is selected for a script contest and 5 works are chosen to be acted out in the most important bars of a different neighbourhood in Palma one night a week.
  •    El Somni Produccions. A truly alternative theatrical company founded in 2011 that puts on ‘teatro foro’ (theatre of the oppressed), a type of theatre that tries to involve the audience in abusive or unjust scenarios which change the characters’ destiny.

Get to know what’s on offer culturally in Majorca with these types of theatre and enjoy a unique stay at the Sol House and Sol Beach House, open from the middle of next month. Your holiday is getting nearer!

5 ideas for a different winter in Majorca


Are you thinking of taking a family break to the island of calm? Visiting Majorca in winter is an excellent chance of getting to know the ‘real’ island, the Majorca that the locals know. Far from the typical crowds of the summer months, this little piece of paradise offers a much more natural and calm face at this time of year. We at Sol Hotels want you to enjoy a unique experience this winter with this list of recommendations on all the activities you can do in Majorca during your holiday. Are you ready to enjoy them?

A cultural visit.

To the capital, Palma de Majorca is the perfect starting point for a trip that promises to be exciting. Architectural wonders such as La Seu -the Cathedral of Palma-, Cort -the Town Hall-, the typical and well-known las Ramblas, the Plaza Mayor, the Borne, the Principal Theatre and the Bellver Castle, among others, are a must. In the city you can also visit some of the island’s most representative museums such as Es Baluard, Caixaforum and the Joan Miró Foundation. And for the fashionable neighbourhoods, try a vermouth in Santa Catalina and enjoy a good meal in some of the restaurants in the port and the beautiful old town.

An ensaimada.

The legendary Can Joan de S’Aigo, is one of the most popular coffee shops in Palma, and one of the ones that have made history in the city. Once there, typical things to choose are a good hot chocolate accompanied by an ensaimada (cream cake) or a delicious coca de patata (sweetened potato cake). Don’t go at busy times since it can get full very easily especially at the weekends.

A tour through the villages of Tramuntana.

The villages of the Sierra de Tramuntana are the most beautiful in Majorca, not only for being immersed in the impressive mountains and valleys, but also for their picturesque cobbled streets and the unique charm that places have when they know how to retain their true essence. From Sant Elmo to Formentor, each town is worth a visit. Some of the most popular are Esporles, Valldemossa, Deià and Lluc.

Excursions everywhere.

Winter is the best time to put on your boots and go out to see the Majorcan mountains. Some of the routes you shouldn’t miss if you are a hiking lover, are the reservoirs of Cúber and Gorg Blau, the summit of Massanella peak, the passes of Deià, the Sierra del Cavall Bernat and Puig Major, the highest peak in Majorca.

And finally…

Why not give yourself and your family a totally different hotel filled with huge amounts of fun? In Sol Resorts we want to invite you to discover our themed hotel in Calviá. It’s just right for you and your children to have more fun than they’ve ever had before. Come and try our Sol Katmandu Park experience and enjoy an unforgettable holiday in the ‘real’ Majorca.